North east of Pavia is a small wine territory with a great name. The history dates back to the seventh in France to northern Italy. He converted the local population by teaching them how to make wine.
Thirteen centuries later, wine from San Colombano is a by-word despite its rarity. The vines, which are mainly Croatina and Barbera, grow on hills of chalk and sand that are high in minerals and trace elements. This soil imparts the wine with special character.
|San Colombano wines are reds that are available as either still or vivace (with a light tingling sparkle). They possess considerable body and are well rounded. Drink at 53.6- 57.2°F (12-14°C).|